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2005 top 10:
television

2005 top 10:
television

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Six Feet Under The final season of creator Alan Ball's brilliant HBO�series was moving, unexpected, and clever. We'll miss our -family, but at least we know how they die.

Postcards From Buster The PBS series took kids to Vermont to visit with some lesbian moms, and to D.C. to visit with the homophobes who pulled the episode.

Noah's Arc Smart, sexy gay men of color coupling and uncoupling and making us blush, laugh, and sniffle. A dream of creator Patrik-Ian Polk finds reality on Logo.

Nip/Tuck Many of us are latecomers to this sly, steely plastic-surgery soap, but loyal fans recognized Ryan Murphy's twisted genius when his series premiered in 2003.

Logo's launch Varla Jean Merman explaining Stonewall and the terrific doc The Evolution Will Be Televised made the debut evening an event of true promise.

The Long Firm Jake Arnott's page-turner about a ruthless queer gangster became a compelling BBC miniseries with Mark Strong as the brutal, charismatic Harry Starks.

Project Runway From the flighty fabulousness of Austin Scarlett to the outrageous snark of winner Jay McCarroll, Bravo's -fashion reality show had us hooked.

Lackawanna Blues Ace theater director George C. Wolfe scored a TV hit with this period tale of one dauntless black businesswoman and her boarding house.

TransGeneration The Sundance Channel and Logo placed a spotlight on a rarely-heard-from set--college-age trans folk--resulting in eye-opening television.

Third Man Out This first entry in Here TV's gay detective series, starring Chad Allen as Donald Strachey, stirred our appetite for further trips into New York's gay underworld.

In a category all its own

Party Line With Dan and Steve A fresh new kind of reality TV, with a real-life catering couple offering cooking tips on the Food Network. What took so long?

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